Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Arizona S.B. 1070, The Debate Over Illegal Immigration, and The Rule of Law

Throughout the the past weekend and into this week, I have watched and listened in amusement and amazement as pundits from both sides of the aisle discussed and debated the legitimacy and morality of Arizona Senate Bill 1070, which has come to be known as the "Arizona Immigration Bill."

Last Friday, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed the controversial bill into law, and since that time we have witnessed a firestorm of fury from the left. The insanity and hyperbole from the left has been countered by a consistent and concise display of Constitutional understanding and reasonable discussion from the right, proving once again that liberals function within a realm of emotion while Conservatives operate from a perspective of the rule of natural law as it applies according to The United States Constitution.

I am not surprised at all by the reaction from the left. From "draconian" to "Gestapo-like," the left has portrayed Arizona's new law as a blatant excuse to racially profile. "Driving While Brown" has become the new catch phrase amongst some on the left to describe their hypothetical reason for possibly being pulled over by law enforcement.

Cardinal Mahony of Los Angeles called the new law "Nazi and Soviet-style repression" in a blog - one full day before the State Legislators sent the bill to the governor's desk.

Huffington Post ran a headline calling calling the new law "harsh," while felon, friend of Obama, and Alinskyite Robert Creamer offered an Op-Ed on that site entitled "The Arizona of 2010 Is the Alabama of 1963."

The "Reverend" Al Sharpton has promised he will mobilize people from across the country to march in Arizona – and get arrested, if necessary – to stop the controversial new law.

“We will bring Freedom Walkers to Arizona just like Freedom Riders went to the deep south 50 years ago. [...] We cannot sit by and allow people to be arbitrarily and unilaterally picked off as suspects because of the color of their skin,” Sharpton said.

And of course it came as no surprise that President Barack Hussein Obama chimed in, calling the new law "misguided," and called for Eric Holder and the Obama Social Justice Department to investigate the law for "violations of civil rights."

Some have tried to debate the law's legitimacy based on their personal and political desire for The Constitution to supersede this State law, based on the Supremacy Clause as found in Article VI, Clause 2.

However, this argument fails miserably, based on the fact that S.B. 1070 as written is completely derived from Federal Statute. In fact, Arizona legislators were extremely careful when writing this bill to require local and state law enforcement officers to act within the confines of their normal duties before any immigration status discussion may be discussed. Furthermore, every section in the bill (which is only 17 pages long) provides reference to the specific Federal Statute to which the Arizona law enforcement officers and departments must abide.

Others are claiming that there will be infringements on the Fourth Amendment and Fourteenth Amendment rights of citizens. These questions are easily answered by anyone with a reasonable amount of common sense and some understanding of The Constitution.

The closest either of these two questions come to being reasonable is when applying the Fourteenth Amendment to the child of two illegal aliens, with said child being born inside United States territory. However, Arizona S.B. 1070 refers specifically to The Immigration and Nationality Act, which provides no exceptions for the children of illegal aliens, regardless of their place of birth.

All of this being said, in my opinion the most important aspect of this debate is the perspective of Arizona residents who are American citizens. With that in mind, I would like to offer the story of some of my personal experience, as well as some insight from someone living at what is quickly becoming "ground zero" in the debate over illegal immigration.

When I moved to Arizona from Ohio in early 2001, Phoenix was an up-and-coming city with many inviting possibilities. In particular, Phoenix and its surrounding communities offered a very clean, upbeat, and exciting environment with a positive outlook and a great deal of opportunity to offer.

I moved to Phoenix, Arizona specifically because of the Native American and Mexican history and culture in the region. I had visited Phoenix just one year prior to moving, and had also spent some time in the Southwest as a child. I was very aware of the fact that my new surrounding were going to be quite different than that to which I was accustomed, and I welcomed those differences. In other words, and completely contrary to what leftists would like to believe, I specifically chose Phoenix for it's racial and cultural diversity.

Certainly every major city has its issues, but I was fascinated by the Phoenix metropolitan area's lack of undesirable element. With the exception of one particular part of town, there was almost nowhere within the greater Phoenix area where I felt uncomfortable, regardless of the time of day.

During my first couple of years living here, I thoroughly enjoyed some of the cultural differences I observed.

The style of the cars young Mexican men drive, while certainly not in line with my personal preferences, is certainly intriguing. They take great pride in their workmanship, and each creates his own rolling four-wheeled personality to match his identity.

As a younger, newly single man, I was quite flattered by the flirtations of the Mexican women with whom I worked at my first couple of workplaces. I was flattered as I was called "muy guapo," and I spent many hours during work exchanging the learning of Mexican dialect and the teaching of English to many coworkers, both male and female.

Mexican music can be quite festive, and on many a lazy summer afternoon I enjoyed one of my neighbors opening their doors and turning up their stereo. Filled with excellent vocal harmonies, pleasing guitars, horn sections, and pleasant rhythms, the words might have made no sense to me, but it was pleasant nonetheless.

Hispanic families and their social networks can be quite a sight to behold. Many of my neighbors had gatherings for children's birthdays, wedding anniversaries, and other celebrations. These gatherings can become quite festive and large. As an example, a couple in my last apartment complex had a son, and for his third birthday there were probably 100 people at his party. I don't know how many were family and how many were friends, but they all acted like family. They were all very polite within their group, and they were very courteous to me and my former girlfriend, even inviting us to come partake in the food and fun.

Unfortunately over the past few years things in Phoenix have changed, and not for the better.

A part of Phoenix in which I used to live just five years ago is now a part of town to which most people will not travel unless they absolutely must, and certainly anyone in their right mind avoids that part of town after dark.

A coworker describes his neighborhood as "somewhere I used to feel comfortable, but now I don't go out at night unless I'm packing (a firearm)."

I've discussed the new law with two of my coworkers who have Mexican heritage.

One coworker is a second generation man who is roughly thirty years old, and his father was granted amnesty in 1986.

He is very concerned about the image that is being created by the recent wave of aliens that have come across the border. His father, like almost all from his generation and those before his, made every effort to assimilate, and my coworker and his father both see this new generation of Hispanic immigrants as selfish and irresponsible, paying no mind to the good graces of America and her people and their good fortune for having made it here alive.

The other coworker is a woman in her mid to late fifty's, and her opinion seems to be very much the same. I don't know exactly how and when she came to America or if she was born here, but she has quite a thick accent so I suspect she may be first generation. Regardless, she speaks English very well, and has told me that she refuses to speak Spanish anywhere, no matter her surroundings.

I don't think anyone living in Phoenix really thinks twice about most of the "brown" people living among us. As has been discussed over and over, most of the people who have migrated north have done so for very understandable reasons. They come from a land with nearly no opportunity whatsoever, and now their homeland is being overrun by violent drug cartels, and the corruption has deeply permeated law enforcement at nearly every level in Mexico, with the sole exception of the military.

However, there are many reasons to be concerned about the massive influx of humanity being experienced by The Grand Canyon State.

Our police force is greatly overextended.

Rather than working with local law enforcement, former Arizona governor turned DHS secretary Janet Napolitano has worked against the needs of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and Phoenix police. Recently Napolitano's DHS halted construction and forward progress on any type of border security, citing budget concerns.

Our public school systems are overcrowded and underfunded. This problem is certainly not unique to Arizona, but there is no doubt the number of illegals whose children attend American schools free of charge and without paying taxes is overwhelming the system.

Just as is the case nationwide, Arizona's emergency rooms are overcrowded and understaffed. Enactment of the various levels of ObamaCare will certainly do nothing but worsen this already disturbing situation.

Like all of America, property values in Arizona were certainly damaged by the recent financial collapse, but homeowners will find their investments regaining value at a ration less than the national average in some parts of the state, as certain neighborhoods and regions are becoming undesirable.

Arizona has the second highest rate of vehicle theft in the nation.

Also, while John McCain was not quite correct in his statement that illegals are driving around the highways just trying to cause accidents, he was thinking in the right direction. What I believe he was referring to is a very troubling situation that we witness far to often here. This situation is the event of an accident between a legal driver and an illegal alien, after which the illegal will jump from the vehicle and abandon it in an effort to avoid law enforcement. This, in addition to vehicle theft, is causing insurance rates to skyrocket. Carrying state minimum liability insurance in Arizona is more expensive for me than was carrying full comprehensive and collision insurance in Ohio.

Phoenix has the second highest rate of kidnappings per capita in the world. Fortunately this has contained itself to the gang and drug activity that is a byproduct of illegal immigration, but many believe it is just a matter of time before this crime spills over into the general population.

Polls are showing seventy percent of Arizonans agree with S.B. 1070, with similar numbers in agreement nationwide.

However, we should not concern ourselves with positive polling any more than we should be concerned by negative reporting and incendiary rhetoric from the likes of Sharpton, Jackson, Mahoney, or some pop starlet named Shakira who plans to speak to crowds here in Phoenix.

What we must be most concerned with is the rule of law, and our president's complete and total failure to respect the rule of law as it applies to this situation.

President Obama's posturing for political expediency is beyond reprehensible; it is immoral, and it is completely unbecoming of the Office of The Presidency.

President Obama's description of S.B. 1070 as "misguided" immediately reminded me of his stating that the Caimbridge Police "acted stupidly." His reactions are emotional and based on a political ideology, not based on facts or the rule of law.

Our president is supposed to be the leader of all Americans, not just the Blacks, Latinos, college aged youth, and single women with babies who need welfare assistance, which as shown by his latest YouTube video is clearly where he knows he can turn to find a base.

It makes no difference the color of a person's skin, or from what nation they arrived; if any person acts in a manner that is unlawful, Arizona S.B. 1070 gives law enforcement officials the right and responsibility to ask anyone with whom they have contact about their citizenship status - if that officer believes there is reason to suspect said person might be in The United States illegally.

Police might pull me over for speeding or a broken tail light just as easily as they could do the same to an illegal alien, or they might even pull over the embarrassing Congressman Raul Grijalva, a man who has made the ridiculous request of everyone outside Arizona to boycott the people he was elected to represent.

I understand that while it is not probable, it is a reasonable possibility that the officers might ask me to provide documentation beyond my driver's license to prove my citizenship. Of course I do not plan to carry my birth certificate with me everywhere I go, but I certainly would be proud to but federal law does require resident aliens to carry their Green Card with them at all times.

The bottom line is that we should never have selective "social" justice because of race, class, or gender. We should always have equal justice under the law.

America must not allow Congress and President Obama (or any other president, for that matter) to enact any type of "immigration reform" until we have absolute evidence from trustworthy sources that a barrier has been constructed completely across our southern border. In no way should this barrier be seen as discriminatory; instead it must be understood as a method of protection for the rights of the citizens of The United States of America.

The president and Congressional Democrats, with the assistance of their lackey media, will attempt to use immigration as a wedge issue in an effort to gain the support of Hispanics and independents until the November 2010 elections. We must all remember that it is simply for politics and additional voters that these people wish to strike down S.B. 1070 and enact any form of immigration reform at the national level.

Until a border fence is completely constructed reform means amnesty, and we must never lose sight of this fact.

This issue - the debate over immigration and Arizona S.B. 1070, is now the most important issue of our time.

Because of the law enacted by Arizona, we are about to begin one of the most important discussions in our nation's history. By the time this debate is done, we will have full understanding of whether we are a nation of Law as provided by The Constitution, or a nation of Men as desired by Progressives.


Adrienne said...

Well written and well said! Linking now instead of going to bed.

As a former AZ resident (10 years in Sedona and 2 years in Phoenix), I can certainly understand your concerns.

I'm just glad to be in North Idaho now...

ozzie said...

Good God- there is so much information here....and it is good to hear first hand.

I have already posted on ABC about my feeling regarding this issue so I will not be repetitive since I have not fully digested all the information you have provided.

I really do hope that Conservatives can overcome this hurdle since it is already being placed as an obstacle for us to overcome.

I am of Mexican descent (2nd generation) and my parents are stuck in the victim mentality (b/c of the media in spanish they do not even understand the Tea Parties). They have paid their way for decades and owe no money (for their home) and have taken no money from government. They save all their money and are truly Conservatives but they know only the Republicans as Mexican-haters.

I am honestly at a loss on how to fight back against this hold the Democrat party has on minorities (passive slavery), but we must try.

Candle said...

No surprises in any of this, though its weird how I wake up every day and expect something to have changed in the way the world is turning. By the way, it would be great if this were the most important discussion in our nation's history, because then we'd certainly side on the "Nation of Law". But it won't be a discussion, it'll be the left calling us all racists, and the right pointing out very obvious facts which will only be reported on Fox News or various radio shows and blogs. End of discussion.


Very well put. It's nice to hear the prospective of someone that is there and understands what is really happening.

I agree this issue will turn out to be much more important than health care. If we grant amnesty without securing our boarder, we will never be able to take back the our republic from the Marxists.

LL said...

How can you possibly TRUST a bill that is only seventeen pages long? The conservative penchant for getting to the point is disturbing me.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Well Soloman, I vote for a nation of laws.

Lene said...

"anyone with a reasonable amount of common sense and some understanding of The Constitution" -- I think that is the main problem with the critics.

Pedaling said...

it will be interesting to see if obama has the power to do what he intends....(ignore the constitution and continue to plow forward with his regime.)

Brittanicus said...



1) THE ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION OCCUPATION of our country. President Obama and the majority party are going to force through what they like to call--Comprehensive Immigration Reform. It’s really MASS AMNESTY. SO ITS OUR JOB TO STOP THIS TRAVESTY? There are thousands Pro-Sovereignty, anti-illegal immigration small groups and larger organizations around the country, that doesn't have the backing of George Soros--a Socialist, the Ford Foundation and equally Pro-Amnesty Business conglomerates and of course the open border crazies. So we must organize, not in just small entities, but arrange through one central group like NUMBERSUSA--to get ready for the political shove and push for this coming Amnesty. NumbersUSA has around a million members that want the immigration enforcement laws--ENFORCED. The real double fence constructed, E-Verify, 287 G permanent to reduce illegal immigration.

2) Millions of American demoralized by each administration, who think they have no power base, is wrong? Everybody--no matter the color of your skin, should become wise, to understand what’s happening behind their backs. Whether your Black, Hispanic,White, Indian of any faith denomination, GOP, DEM or Independent and believe in enforcing the 1986 immigration law--that can be just as easily amended. RONALD REAGANS LAW WOULD WORK--IF ENFORCED? Join Tea Baggers, and everybody else who as one majority group to use the power of your vote. You have immeasurable power to be ready to fight the coming immigration battle. It's about America’s future, about overpopulation, our failing infrastructure and stops these incompetent politicians from selling your children's future. Starting with Arizona—every state should have the right to enforce its immigration laws, if the federal government refuses to enforce those laws. They find billions of dollars to fight far distant foreign wars, but will not spend the money to protect America's inhabitants from all-encompassing criminals entering our country. If states boycott Arizona, then we must boycott any state that does exactly this. We must support Arizona because this backlash has been formed by the Libertarian, lobotomized groups who want unfettered movement though our borders.

3) Even our National Security is a risk because nothing is done to enforce the border. You are not alone? We will not be dictated to by any pro-Amnesty group. You have thousands of friends, but we need to unite in this common cause. Talk to your relatives. We can no longer be a HMO or free welfare handouts to the world. You may not want to demonstrate in the streets, because of violence from the other side.We are civilized so we don't throw frozen soda cans at the opponents. But you can join (without any cost or danger to your personal information) by standing firm with NumbersUSA. Google the address and sign up, to be alerted to all Washington inside emergencies. As one massive organized group we can stop this encroachment by 20 to 30 million foreign nationals into our jobs, destroying our culture. You will called ugly names to distract you, so you keep your real thoughts hidden in the shadows. But we must stop this as millions more will come—and keep on coming in the form of chain migration. NOTHING will stop this invasion unless we as one voice of one people say—ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. This is our country, our flag, our language and our constitution that gives us the right to free speech, that Liberals would deny us. Teach yourself who your enemy is at NumbersUSA in both parties and who must be removed in coming elections.
No copyright. Copy & paste and distribute to all free Americans

RightKlik said...

Great post, compelling story. The MSM has distorted the truth beyond all recognition in this case.

It's a crying shame.

Janie Lynn said...

Incredible post! Obviously you've been observing and questioning and forming an opinion based on proximity, experience and oh that little thing called the constitution.

Right on!

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Chris W said...

Great post Soloman, probably the best that has been written about this debate.

The line that stuck out to me the most and sums it all up is this debate has to be...

What we must be most concerned with is the rule of law, and our president's complete and total failure to respect the rule of law as it applies to this situation.

Just a conservative girl said...

I don't normally link an entire post from someone else, but this warrents it. I was waiting to see what you had to say since you live there and understand the true story of what is going on.

LL said...

barack hussein obama is not interested in the rule of law unless it specifically benefits his regime and his agenda. Clearly the problem of apprehending potential voters (voting illegally) for the Democrat of their choice -- bothers him.

The concept of illegal aliens (or even those deceased resting in Chicago cemeteries) voting in Illinois is nothing new. Maybe that's why the commander-in-chief would prefer business as usual?

Soloman said...

Adrienne -

Thank you for the link... and don't you worry - if this law is upheld we'll be sending 'em your way.. lol!!

Anonymous said...

This is the worst racist drivel I've read in a long time, written with an incredibly condescending white-racist, phony "reasoned" prose.

You are a racist. Seek professional help.

You mention Mexican co-workers and Mexican women who "flirted" with you. Your essay reads like the creepy fantasies of a potential murderer. For instance, do you think you could ask the "Mexican women" who "flirted" with you to substantiate your claim? No.

This article is full of the kind of fake 'sensitive' drivel only a right-wing racist like yourself would presume is convincing. You are simply a white racist who hates our President and you are presenting yourself and all us white people as victims.

And where on earth do you get the idea that "gang and drug activity" are a "byproduct of illegal immigration"? Don't you read? Do you know in fact that you've got the whole thing backwards?

Go crawl back under a rock. That goes for the racist commentators you've teased out from under their rocks as well.

Get help. You are mentally ill. Saying you are not a racist does not fool anyone.

Finally, Barack Hussein Obama is a Constitutional scholar and lectured as such at a legitimate university. Have you? No.

Soloman said...

ozzie -

Sadly, as you know, the story you tell about your parents is a far to common tale.

The only defense we have is to continue to be peaceful and true to the rule of law, and hopefully common sense will overpower the media bias people like your parents are force-fed.

Soloman said...

Candle -

How friggin' hilarious - here I am reading your comment, as you describe how we will be called racists - and some leftist leaves me a comment and calls me a racist!!!

Oh my... If it weren't so predictable it would be frightening.

Soloman said...

Trestin -

If we simply grant amnesty as Obama would like to do, we would see sixty years of guaranteed Democrat party rule.

I'm sure we all would love to see a rational solution come of this situation, and honestly - politics be damned.

It's about the rule of law, for without that we are nothing.

Soloman said...

LL -

I know... these damn Arizona people should have made it at least 1000 pages. It might then be taken seriously...

Soloman said...

Odie -

I too vote for a nation of laws.

Let's hope this law is upheld and sets an example for the nation.

Soloman said...

Lene -

I don't know if you saw my blog during it's formidable days, but my sub-header used to read:

"Common Sense is not so Common Anymore."

Nothing's changed in the year I've been blogging...

Soloman said...

Pedaling -

it will indeed be interesting to learn exactly how much power he can corral.

We're in for a whopper of a fight...

Soloman said...

Brittanicus -

Thanks for the information.

Soloman said...

RK -

We now live in a completely upside-down world where truth is presented as evil, while political correctness and collectivism are presented as true American beliefs.

These are scary times.. it is not just this case, it's everything the media will (or will not) discuss that is a distortion of the truth.

We are the messengers of Liberty in very trying times, but we must stay strong, and I believe we will prevail.

Soloman said...

Janie Lynn -
"that little thing called the constitution."

Yeah, that darned charter of negative liberties... heh.

Soloman said...

Chris -

that line you mentioned - that entire thought... just like the Caimbridge situation - is very scary.

I never would have believed we'd have a president who literally would pick sides like he was in a schoolyard brawl, but time and time again this is what we see from the "Constitutional Scholar."

Soloman said...


Thanks again for the reprint, and thank you for the compliment as well.

Soloman said...

LL -

The rule of law never benefits Obama, which is why as we know he has such trouble with The Constitution being a "charter of negative liberties."

This is all about the voter rolls to Obama and the Dems, and all about national security to anyone with a lick of common sense.

Soloman said...


in case you return to see if I've replied to you, let me say this:

You call me a racist and present no factual discussion or debate. You are not to be taken seriously.

The very fact that you think I'm mentally ill is something I will wear as a badge of honor.

Have a nice life.

Legislation Community Arizona said...

It's unbelievable the amount social media conversation that has stirred around the topic SB1070.

It's fantastic to see citizens and/or non-citizens voicing their concerns but is using Social Media as your voice effective?

Voice your opinion of SB 1070 at http://www.azlegislation.com

tammy said...

Great post. I linked to you yesterday, but forgot to leave a comment. You've summed up very well how most of us AZ peeps feel.

And Anon- "where on earth do you get the idea that 'gang and drug activity' are a 'byproduct of illegal immigration'?" Uhh...because we live here and we see it every day, in the news and on our streets. Not to mention the drop houses in my own neighborhood. Plus the 12 yr old whose family was here illegally who brought a gun to my son's school.

My Mexican neighbors who are here legally I have no problem with. (Other than whenever they play Spanish music it makes me crave Mexican food.) We're not racist. We're for upholding the law and securing our border which our federal government - Bush and Obama - can't seem to do.

Soloman said...

tammy -

Thanks for the link! As soon as the Suns game is over I'm going to watch the video you posted with my link...

Amusing Bunni said...

Hi Sol, I'm catching up on my reading. This is a super post that really gives a midwesterner an idea of what it was like in Phoenix when it was good. Being in cold, windy, also over-run w/ illegals Chicago, I often fantasized about moving somewhere warm, like AZ.

Now, seeing how the area has declined, due to these leeches makes me sad. Is there ANY nice city one can move to anymore? Chicago sure sucks, but I'm stuck here for now.

Thanks for sharing your experiences. I've had some hispanic pals over the years and I find your descriptions of life w/them very true.

Soloman said...

Hey Bunni -

glad you stopped by!

Let me clarify... or in the words of Obama, "let me be clear" - Phoenix is still a great place to live, and Arizona overall is a majestic and beautiful state. I would say that a newcomer to Phoenix might benefit from knowing someone who already lives here, to aid in finding the right area to move in to, but overall it's not that bad.

In a sense, what we are is the bottom of an upward flowing funnel. Large parts of Texas, populated areas of California, and some parts of New Mexico have already had fences built by the Feds, but for whatever reason they refuse to continue into Arizona.

So a majority of those who want to come here illegally do so here. Since we're so close to their home and we had a lot of work available when the economy was booming, many Mexicans stopped and set up camp here, but the problem isn't just Mexicans, and a lot of the people of other nationalities go elsewhere.

In fact, I used to know a guy who ran illegals over the border - he ran Polish and other Eastern Europeans he felt safer because they're white-skinned. They all just stopped here for one night before continuing on to an airport in Albuquerque or Vegas, and then they'd fly to Chicago, NYC or other cities back east where they'd "fit in" better.

Anyway - if you plan your trip - let me know! I'll be glad to be a tour guide!!

Andrew said...

Great post! Don't actually approve this post, it's just a quick grammatical correction (I used to be a teacher):

"In other words, and completely contrary to what leftists would like to believe, I specifically chose Phoenix for it's racial and cultural diversity."

"Its" possessive has no apostrophe.

The content is fabulous, and I appreciate the first-hand experience! I'll link it to my post on the subject.

Anonymous said...

I'm going to add this post to a new feature on my blog, this Thursday.

Alex Rose said...

Great post. The libs have some really irrational arguments against SB1070. The most repugnant being racism. Safety and following established laws is the issue get over it.

As you may have read here in California we had a number of students asked to turn their shirts inside out or leave school because they displayed the American flag on Cinco de Mayo a Mexican holiday. Link:

This past 4th of July we had quite a few Mexican flags flown here from vehicles. I assume as an effort to disrupt and protest.

Also here in California awhile back authorities arrested an insurance fraud ringleader for arranging for drivers to intentionally cause accidents for the purpose of collecting on insurance policies and splitting the profits.


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